RECIPE TITLE "Stained
Glass Candy" Author: Recipes.it
- 3 3/4 c
- 1 1/2 c Lily white syrup (must be colorless),
- 1 c Water food
coloring -oil based flavorings,
- tin foil,
- 10 c icing sugar,
- sharp pair
- candy thermometer.
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- Mix the white sugar,
white syrup, and water in a medium sized pot. Add the food coloring
you want. Bring to a boil, and boil until candy thermometer reaches
300F degrees (circa 20 minutes).
- Stir to mix all
the ingredients, but once it starts to boil, do not touch.
- While the candy
mixture is boiling, shape a large piece of tin foil by folding up the
sides and end to create a large cookie sheet type shape.
- Put the icing sugar
on the foil to completely cover it, and bank up the sides with icing
sugar. When the candy mixture has reached 300F, remove from heat.
- Let sit about 10
seconds and stir to cool slightly. Then add about 1 to 1-1/2 tsp of
the oil based flavorings depending on how strong you want the flavor.
- Stir until mixed
(DON'T stand over top of pot as flavor with escape in the air and up
your nose!! 8-} ...)
- Once flavoring
is combined, pour mixture onto the icing sugar and use rubber spatula
to scrape all mixture out of pot. Put pot, spatula and candy thermometer
into sinkful of hot soapy water.
- As candy is cooling,
keep checking by trying to pull up the edges. Once it gets to the consistency
that you can lift it a little, start cutting it FAST! Cut off a chunk
and then cut it up into bite-sized pieces. The outside will cool first
so you have to watch it. If it hardens to quickly you will end up with
a good size lollipop that you won't be able to cut. It will shatter
- Continue working
your way around until all is cut. Then take all the candy and put it
in a strainer that is sitting over a bowl. Shake some of the excess
icing sugar off candy and allow to cool thoroughly. Pack in airtight
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